Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Recent Developments in Video Surveillance

Edited by Hazem El-Alfy

Alexandria University, Egypt

With surveillance cameras installed everywhere and continuously streaming thousands of hours of video, how can that huge amount of data be analyzed or even be useful? Is it possible to search those countless hours of videos for subjects or events of interest? Shouldn’t the presence of a car stopped at a railroad crossing trigger an alarm system to prevent a potential accident? In the chapters selected for this book, experts in video surveillance provide answers to these questions and other interesting problems, skillfully blending research experience with practical real life applications. Academic researchers will find a reliable compilation of relevant literature in addition to pointers to current advances in the field. Industry practitioners will find useful hints about state-of-the-art applications. The book also provides directions for open problems where further advances can be pursued.

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Recent Developments in Video SurveillanceEdited by Hazem El-Alfy

Published: April 4th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/1414

ISBN: 978-953-51-0468-1

Copyright year: 2012

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7618 Total Chapter Downloads

4 Crossref Citations

3 Web of Science Citations

4 Dimensions Citations

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1. Compressive Sensing in Visual Tracking

By Garrett Warnell and Rama Chellappa

1499

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2. A Construction Method for Automatic Human Tracking System with Mobile Agent Technology

By Hiroto Kakiuchi, Kozo Tanigawa, Takao Kawamura and Kazunori Sugahara

1167

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3. Appearance-Based Retrieval for Tracked Objects in Surveillance Videos

By Thi-Lan Le, Monique Thonnat and Alain Boucher

874

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4. Quality Assessment in Video Surveillance

By Mikołaj Leszczuk, Piotr Romaniak and Lucjan Janowski

1459

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5. Intelligent Surveillance System Based on Stereo Vision for Level Crossings Safety Applications

By Nizar Fakhfakh, Louahdi Khoudour, Jean-Luc Bruyelle and El-Miloudi El-Koursi

1535

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6. Behavior Recognition Using any Feature Space Representation of Motion Trajectories

By Shehzad Khalid

1084

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